圖靈測試（粵拼： ；英文：Turing test，TT）係由英國大數學家亞倫圖靈（Alan Turing）喺 1950 年諗出嚟嘅一個測試，用嚟檢驗一部機械係咪展現到好似人噉嘅有智能行為。最基本嗰種圖靈測試步驟如下：一次測試會有一個人類負責做評判，跟住又有一個人類同部受試嘅機械，兩者分別噉同個評判講嘢；個評判唔會見得到個人類同個受試者，淨係有得用鍵盤同熒幕等嘅方法同受試者傾偈，最後個評判就要答，兩個受試者當中邊個係人邊個係機械－而如果搵咗一班評判返嚟之後，發現班評判嘅判斷嘅準確性唔明顯好過隨機靠撞嘅話，嗰部受試機械就算得上係通過咗圖靈測試，展現出同人類冇分別嘅智能。
圖靈測試喺人工智能哲學（philosophy of artificial intelligence）上係一個重要嘅課題，引起咗廣泛嘅討論。例如有學者批評圖靈測試指出，嚴格嚟講，就算一部機械通過咗圖靈測試，都衹係表示佢曉喺一個人工環境下做某啲工作，但有智能嘅行為要求嘅係能夠喺自然環境下生存，所以圖靈測試喺測試機械智能上嘅功用有限。因為噉，有學者諗出咗新版嘅圖靈測試，好似係所謂嘅「真正完整圖靈測試」（Truly Total Turing Test，TRTTT）噉，就認為一部機械要算得上展現人類智能，佢就需要能夠喺自然環境下達成人類能夠達成嘅重大成就，包括係－好似人類噉樣－創作出新遊戲以及創出新嘅語言等等。
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